The easiest way to schedule your acupuncture appointment with me is to call the on site clinic at Pacific College of Health and Science at (619) 574-6932 and request Cassie Dominach. The receptionist will let you know which time slots I have available, and allow you to book over the phone.

*** The clinic at Pacific College of Health & Science is currently closed due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Once we have any details on how and when we plan to safely reopen, I will update all of you.***

Here are some of the most commonly asked questions I have had about this process. If you have any other questions for me, feel free to email me at, or leave a comment below.

“What does an ‘intern treatment’ mean?”

An intern treatment is a one hour acupuncture treatment performed by a senior intern who is in their final year of studies at Pacific College of Health and Science. We work under the supervision of a Licensed Acupuncturist throughout the entire treatment. Our supervisors are often also instructors at PCOM and successful Acupuncturists who run their own practices as well. Supervisors help develop each treatment plan for patients, and will check in with patient’s progress as well.

“What services do you offer?”

Acupuncture, Herbal Consult (herbal formula prescription), Cupping, Gua Sha, E-Stimulation Acupuncture, Chinese Food Therapy, Lifestyle Advice. 

“How much does it cost?”

The initial appointment is $44, and return treatments are $39. We do run specials and promotions, so be sure to ask the receptionist about the most current promotions available to you.

“What kinds of things can Acupuncture treat?”

Common ailments that patients seek relief from include: chronic pain, low back pain, migraines, insomnia, anxiety, digestive issues, sports injuries, women’s health issues, fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy, dermatological conditions, and much more.

“How often should I come in, and for how long?”

A detailed treatment plan will be provided for you at the conclusion of your initial appointment. Weekly treatment is most common, but individual cases will vary. 

”What can I expect at my first appointment?”

Glad you asked! Click here to read all about what to expect at your first visit, or check out this short video:

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